Trooper Shootout

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by dbp, Oct 4, 2013.

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  1. wacki

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    Nice catch
     
  2. Robert

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    I can't take the credit. I am going through the local county leo academy right now and we broke down the video in class on Friday.
     
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    If only it were so easy to realize that during the initial development of these situations.
     
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    Yup, it is so very easy to arm chair these things. At the end of the day it was good guys-1, bad guy-0. And that is what matters.
     
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    I'm surprised how agile and fast the guy is, even though he's already dead on his feet.
     
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    Amen....
     
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    when I first saw it I wondered why the Trooper didn't kill him when he dropped his mag & couldn't shoot back?
     
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